There’s a lot to love in Middleton this season! Discover festive restaurants, unique stores, quirky attractions and more. Here are some of our favorite spots to visit in the chilly winter months.
Where to go for a winter walk
The 550-acre Pheasant Branch Conservancy is a perfect place for a winter hike. Take in tranquil woodland trails or take a trek up Frederick’s Hill. The view is expansive – you can even see the state Capitol.
Where to go shopping in Middleton
Middleton is filled with unique local shops and stores as well as popular national retailers. Head to Greenway Station and explore 51 acres of stores and restaurants, linked by covered walkways. In downtown Middleton, discover an eclectic mix of retailers–independent, old and new. Some are located in beautiful historic buildings and they all provide a friendly shopping experience.
Where to go out to eat in Middleton
You have a lot of delicious options in Middleton. With more than 80 restaurants, Middleton is a great place to eat. Sample a dazzling variety of cuisines, including Indian, Cajun, Mexican, Italian, Korean, Japanese and Mediterranean. Explore your options here.
Where to go cross-country skiing in Middleton
You’ll find some of the area’s best cross-country skiing at Pleasant View Golf Course. The trails are groomed for both skating and diagonal striding and there are four loop trails, with varying degrees of difficulty, and lengths up to 2.5 miles. Learn more about the trails and other winter sports options.
Where to find a museum like no other
The National Mustard Museum is a shrine to all things sweet and spicy. The museum is one of Wisconsin’s most popular tourist attractions, holding nearly 6,000 mustards from around the world. Learn more about the museum.
Where to see live music in Middleton
There’s always a great act taking the stage in Middleton. Our establishments host musical acts from a variety of genres, including some that are regulars. Learn more about the music scene here.